You could encounter a Dodge Durango Hellcat SUV perhaps once or twice in your lifetime.

A three-row SUV seems to exist only for the purpose of drawing attention to its impressive performance stats. 

Nevertheless, the fact that the Durango Hellcat exists demonstrates that Dodge/Chrysler doesn't constantly produce low-quality, sluggish plastic crap. 

This Durango is at least as quick as any performance SUV from any nation.

Because the Dodge Durango Hellcat is such a massive ode to American muscle, you should definitely enjoy it while you still can. 

Let's look at the reasons why an SUV as ridiculous as the Durango Hellcat is probably never, ever going to be produced again.

Durango Hellcat: Great For PR, Bad For Sales Do not misunderstand us; we applaud Dodge for having the guts to put their fire-breathing 6.2-liter supercharged Hellcat Hemi engine in a vehicle as unremarkable as a Durango. 

However, the Durango Hellcat is doing absolutely nothing to help Chrysler's present financial situation.

A 710 horsepower, three-row SUV that weights well over 2.5 tonnes seems out of date in an era when Chrysler is battling to offer tiny,  ...

fuel-efficient, inexpensive vehicles that Americans genuinely want to purchase.

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